Duane Morris’ LIBOR Transition Team has extensive experience guiding lenders through amending existing loan agreements and crafting language in new loan agreements for LIBOR replacements such as AMERIBOR or SOFR. Our attorneys assist clients in the financial community on strategies to address due diligence and other concerns regarding the impact of the LIBOR transition and its aftermath. Our skilled attorneys assess our clients’ needs, come up with innovative solutions, do the heavy lifting, and enable them to manage the LIBOR transition effectively and cost-efficiently.

For More Information

For more information, please contact Roger S. Chari, Chair, Joel N. EphrossAmelia (Amy) H. Huskins, Phuong (Michelle) Ngo or Natalie A. Stewart of the LIBOR Transition Team.

LIBOR Transition Team Members

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Roger S. Chari, Chair


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Joel N. Ephross


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Amelia (Amy) H. Huskins


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Phuong (Michelle) Ngo


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Natalie A. Stewart


Blog Posts

LIBOR Transition: Feedback from FCA Consultation on Synthetic LIBOR, December 2, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Synthetic Sterling LIBOR for limited tough legacy loans, November 11, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Drama Continues for BSBY, October 13, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Derivatives News from CME Group, September 22, 2021

LIBOR Transition: The First Syndicated SOFR Loan is Here!, September 21, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Term SOFR Formally Recommended… All Done?, August 6, 2021

LIBOR Transition: What’s a Borrower to Do?, August 5, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Release the CRITR?, June 25, 2021

LIBOR Transition: News Flash- Borrowers Don’t Like Volatile, Credit Sensitive Rates, June 24 2021

LIBOR Transition: Regulator Comments- LIBOR is Dead, BSBY is in Trouble, and Ameribor Gets a Pass, June 24, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Term SOFR Expected “Days” After July 26, June 14, 2021

LIBOR Transition: BSBY Out of the Gates First, June 8, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Term SOFR Coming “Soon”, June 2, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Hardwired Language Rewired, March 30, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Legacy Loans on the Backburner, March 17, 2021

LIBOR Transition: Is a Universal Descriptive Amendment the Answer to Amending All Those Loan Agreements?, October 15, 2020

LIBOR Transition: Is It Really Necessary to Review Every Single Loan Agreement?, October 15, 2020

LIBOR Transition: The Protocol is Coming! The Supplement is Coming!, October 13, 2020

LIBOR Transition: Time Marches on for Non-Bank Lenders and Asset Managers, October 9, 2020

Will Borrowers Pay for LIBOR Amendments?, October 7, 2020

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Deadlines are Fast Approaching, September 11, 2020

To Hardwire or Not to Hardwire?, August 31, 2020

Is There Room for AMERIBOR in a SOFR Future?, August 27, 2020

A Hot Issue for a Hot Summer: Time to Understand ISDA IBOR Benchmark Fallbacks, August 18, 2020

For LIBOR Transition Procrastinators, SOFR Starter Kit to the Rescue!, August 10, 2020

Hardwired for a Smoother LIBOR Transition?, August 6, 2020

ARRC Pumps Up the Summer Heat on LIBOR Transition, July 24, 2020

The Transition Away from LIBOR Gains Traction, July 22, 2020